Chiefs’ Niang finally gets rookie minicamp after opting out

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Lucas Niang doesn’t regret his decision to opt out of his rookie season with the Kansas City Chiefs because of the COVID-19 pandemic, even if it means the offensive lineman faces an uphill fight for playing time this season. Now, more than a year after Niang was drafted in the third round out of TCU, the Chiefs are getting a chance to see him on the field. He took part in their three-day rookie minicamp over the weekend. That gave him a chance to shake off any of the rust accumulated during his time away while giving the Chiefs an idea of how he might fit into the lineup.

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